I love a good tuna sandwich. Even when as a kid. I always ate the classic way: Mayo, pickles, maybe some add-ons like hard boiled eggs or even some red onion on some kind of store bought bread. Classic, basic, still good. Then I found Italian tuna packed in olive oil at the deli, TOTAL … Continue reading The Best Tuna Sandwich
I make the the best caramel corn! I know you're saying,"Why make it? You can just buy it a lot easier." NO! Pre-made caramel corn is waaaayyy to sweet for me.
Try this tasty alternative to oatmeal.
Muffins! What's not to like about them! Especially these. I found this recipe in one of my favorite cook books. They are easy to make, tasty and yes healthy!
In my book a fritatta is perfect for all meals. It has eggs and is a great way to get rid of all those tiny bits of leftovers.
Hands down this is my go to homemade salsa recipe. I generally add more dried red pepper flakes for the kick. This doesn’t last long in our house as my husband powers through it in one sitting.
The best egg sandwich is so yummy, you won't stop thinking about it! ENJOY!
Ramen and eggs. You probably ate this in college because it filled you up and it was cheap. This dish is my new go to. I eat it after a long run. I eat it for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It's quick, easy and filling. You can add vegetables. You can add extra protein. It's … Continue reading RAMEN n’ EGGS
BRUSSELS SPROUTS ARE THE BOMB! YES! I said it! Brussels sprouts rock! I used to hate them. They had a bad rap for so many years. WHY? Because they were cooked to mush by our well-meaning moms and had an unpleasant flavor. The family dog wouldn't even eat them. I'm fairly sure most of us … Continue reading SHAVED BRUSSELS SPROUTS
When I was a kid my mom made stuffed green peppers. I always like the filling but hated the actual pepper. It was green, tough and had a horrible flavor. When I started cooking I found a decent recipe in the classic Better Homes and Garden Cookbook. I learned a few tricks like parboil your … Continue reading STUFFED POBLANO PEPPERS